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  2. Awesomeness! Thanks tooz... I'm going to use the Debian version ☺️
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  4. This model EC 25 EF is a worldwide model?
  5. hello @JasonS, for rk3399/ v8 there's no zImage, you will have use Image instead, try: make ARCH=arm64 CROSS_COMPILE=aarch64-linux-gnu- -j4 make Image ARCH=arm64 CROSS_COMPILE=aarch64-linux-gnu- -j8
  6. hello @paul_nicholls, this is a tinker board '1.2' with no emmc (rk3288 based), you can download one of the images and burn it into microsd with balenaetcher android 12: Tinker Board R2.0 /Tinker Board S R2.0 Android 12 V0.0.3 debian 10: Tinker Board S R2.0 Debian 10 V3.0.11
  7. Hi, I have a tinker board rev 1.2 and I wanted to install an OS on it, but I'm confused as to which version I download for mine... Do I select just tinker board, tinker board 2s, or what at the URL below? I've attached a photo of my board to confirm its version... Tinker board downloads Cheers, Paul
  8. I have a Quectel EC25-AF working in my Edge R, that's LTE Cat 4 vs Cat 1 with the EC21 so 15x the DL theoretically. I haven't had the time to properly test throughput yet, but its in line with the performance of handsets from my house. I've also tried an M.2 Cat 16 Dell DW5821e modem using an adapter card with no luck, it was never able to detect the SIM.
  9. hello @Sauer, what's the 7" touchscreen display? is it a rpi touch screen? and you're using hdmi connector instead of dsi, right?
  10. HI! Does compartable with newer models of Quectel modules? Some of them already have 5g.
  11. Hello Everyone, We are facing problems using Asus Thinker S/BR running Linaro with a 7 inch touchscreen which is connected by HDMI and using USB connection to transfer power and touch commands. Currently we have the same problem in 4 different Asus Thinkers, which the screen is freezing. VIDEO attached. We use this on smart lockers, which ALWAYS starts after a few weeks after finishing the smartlocker production and installation, so the smart lock leaves the factory working well. We have changed all devices that compound the smart locker, including the Thinker to a Raspberry 4 or a fresh Thinker S/BR and it works well again. Not sure that is the hardware itself, but something related to software, maybe a software automatic update, correct driver missed, file getting bigger, etc. Thinker details Distributor ID: Debian Description: Debian GNU/Linux 9.13 (stretch) Release: 9.13 Codename: stretch Kernel: Linux 4.4.132+ Architecture: arm Image: Tinker_Board-Debian-Stretch-V2.1.16-20200813 Could someone help us? Thanks WhatsApp_Video_2022-11-08_at_14_44_09.mp4
  12. Hi, thank you again for your quick response. at the end I was able to solve the error by re-compiling opencv following the same tutorial BUT installing libgtk2.0-dev instead of libgtk-3-dev. I will try your suggestion as well. However I am currently facing another problem.. I am trying to capture videos from 4 usb cameras. I am able to preview only 3 cameras together, but if I try with 4 I gets the following error: (-215:Assertion failed) size.width>0 && size.height>0 in function 'cv::imshow Any suggestion please?
  13. hello @marco@bigsis.tech, so the version of opencv-python was upgraded, if you've encountered import cv2.imshow() error, please remove the build-in opencv-python: python3 -m pip uninstall opencv-python then re-install: python3 -m pip install opencv-python --user
  14. hello @marco@bigsis.tech, forgot to mention that if you're using the releases from us: https://tinker-board.asus.com/download-list.html?product=tinker-edge-r the script file of rknn toolkit installation is included (you can find it on desktop) no need to install opencv as it's included in the toolkit installation
  15. thank you for your response, I will try uninstall opencv and recompile it with your modification and let you know as well
  16. hello @marco@bigsis.tech, i was testing tinker board 2s and did manage to compile opencv: sudo apt-get update sudo apt install libgstreamer1.0-dev libgstreamer-plugins-base1.0-dev git clone https://github.com/opencv/opencv.git cd opencv/ git checkout 4.1 mkdir build cd build cmake -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=RELEASE \ -D INSTALL_C_EXAMPLES=OFF \ -D PYTHON_EXECUTABLE=$(which python3) \ -D BUILD_opencv_python2=OFF \ -D PYTHON3_EXECUTABLE=$(which python3) \ -D WITH_GSTREAMER=ON .. make && sudo make install will check on tinker edge r and let you know
  17. Hi, thank you for your reply. No, I am building it on the Tinker Edge R, and the downloaded version of opencv after following that tutorial is 4.6.0. I also tried to execute the RKNN toolkit which gives opencv 4.4.0 and still got that error me
  18. Hi, thank you for your reply. No, I am building it on the Tinker Edge R, and the downloaded version of opencv after following that tutorial is 4.6.0. I also tried to execute the RKNN toolkit which gives opencv 4.4.0 and still got that error message.
  19. hello @marco@bigsis.tech which version of opencv were you building? were you building it on tinker board 2s?
  20. i have downloaded the debian 10 official realease from tinker board asus website and then followed your suggested tutorial to install opencv but i am still getting the error: error: (-2:Unspecified error) The function is not implemented. Rebuild the library with Windows, GTK+ 2.x or Cocoa support. If you are on Ubuntu or Debian, install libgtk2.0-dev and pkg-config, then re-run cmake or configure script in function 'cvShowImage'
  21. tooz

    Not recognize emmc

    hello @CardeLL, try 're-writing the os using ums from a micro sd card': User-Manual.pdf (asus.com)
  22. Do you happen to have rooted Android 7 for R2? Best regards.
  23. Do you happen to have Android 12 with root? Best regards.
  24. hello @yshs, https://www.asuswebstorage.com/navigate/a/#/s/CB6E83A0F01F4669A3D543A7DB864EB14 1. download 'console-uart1-overlay.dtbo' file from the link above 2. move the file to /boot/overlays 3. sudo vim /boot/config.txt to enable console-uart1 (overlay=console-uart1-overlay) 4. reboot
  25. mmm..Can you maybe explain a bit more... 🙂 I copy the root partition from the eMMC drive using the following :cat /dev/mmcblk0p4 > /dev/sda That means that the partition sizes on the SSD will be the same as they were on the eMMC drive - So not sure what you mean when you say that I should resize them before moving the root files.....
  26. hello @Francois, you'll need to resize SSD partitions before moving the root files into SSD. what editing boot.txt does only is to direct where to mount for rooting
  27. Ok - Thanks, Once I have this running - will it be ok to just resize the root partition on my SSD to the size I need it? Or anything else i need to do?
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